Rihanna has made an impact since launching her Savage X Fenty line last month with reported strong sales and she’s now announced that London will host a pop-up shop, the label’s second after New York.
Sport 2000 International saw its comparable revenue rising to €3.818bn during 2017 as it gained a foothold in new licensing countries. It’s also focusing on omnichannel and is actively seeking UK and Polish deals.
British eveningwear brand Galvan has chosen New York for its first ever international retail space, where it has replicated the same multifunctional format debuted at its headquarters in Notting Hill, London.
It looks like there are major opportunities for companies making footwear that can stand up to any conditions, and other outdoor gear, as long as it’s on-trend, if the results of a new poll are to be believed.
May offered up a mixed picture for UK retail with footfall still down, but the decline slowing. Retail parks were buoyant but shopping centres suffering disproportionately, which is bad news for the fashion sector.
Shoppers in the Afghan capital are going online for everything to avoid bomb attacks and sexual harassment, with dozens of start-ups doing a brisk trade where there were few on the ground two years ago.
The unexpected death of fashion designer Kate Spade on Tuesday has shoppers rushing to buy her brightly coloured handbags, raising prices of used merchandise several times over, second-hand online retailers said.